The Accelerated Learning Handbook Dave Meier and it's link to Knowledge Management
I'm just doing some work on Knowledge Management (what else to be doing on a Sunday you might ask!) and it's been quite good.
But randomly, in the middle of this, Exercise your Brain activity 10 appeared asking me to review a Learning about Accelerated Learning” article in the Training and Development Journal.
So the question for me was what has Accelerated Learning got to do with Knowledge Management?
But then I considered the explicit and tacit knowledge that we had been talking about on the workshop. Of course Accelerated Learning for those of us that know it, is a good consideration in terms of making workshops (explicit knowledge) much more engaging, interesting and interactive. But I guess it's also a good reference point when thinking about creating, engaging, interesting ways to gather tacit knowledge - e.g. brainstorming activities, collaborative exercises etc.
I remember this also being a useful resource for me when completing the Level 3 HRD course.
In "The Accelerated Learning Handbook", discover how leading corporations are using A.L. methods to: speed and enhance learning; greatly reduce course design time; improve retention and job performance; involve learners at every stage of the process; enhance both classroom and Web-based learning; create healthier learning environments; build effective learning communities; and, energize and re-humanize the learning process.